An Arsenal fan site has been compromised to serve up sophisticated malware. Malicious code smuggled onto Onlinegooner.com redirected users to sites in Asia and Russia that download a wide variety of nasties onto vulnerable Windows PCs. The downloaded malware contains a potent cocktail of rootkit, keylogging, backdoor, ARP ( …
Evil team, evil website
15th Feb: Uzbek/Russian mogul Alisher Usmanov increases Ar5ena1 stake to almost 25%.
18th Feb: BBC reports "Ar5ena1 chairman Peter Hill-Wood has said the club's major shareholders have no intention of selling their stakes."
18th Feb: Ar5ena1 fans deluged with Asian/Russian keylogging software.
There's more than one way to get money out of football^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H Ar5ena1 fans.
(Paris, because like Barça, "we'll always have Paris".)
"Evil team, evil website
You a Spurs supporter then? ;)
A Moan United gorilla who knows somebody who knows somebody who knows how to infect a website! Whatever next?
These are the kind of posts...
...that make me glad to be an F1 fan.
Spurs getting it out early...
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